Happy National Energy Awareness Month! First off, with the U.S. Department of Energy estimating families could save up to 25% on utilities. That’s alone with energy-efficient measures. Further, this reported by the personal-finance website WalletHub. They released its report on 2018’s Most & Least Energy-Efficient States.
More importantly, let’s gauge the financial impact of doing more with less energy. Cause the average American household spends at least $2,000 per year on utilities. More noteworthy, and they spend another $1,968 on motor fuel and oil. That’s cause WalletHub compared the auto and home-energy efficiency in 48 U.S. states. Due to data limitations, Alaska and Hawaii are excluded from analysis.
So the Most Energy-Efficient States
Firstly, New York came in first. So then was Vermont, Utah, Rhode Island and then Massachusetts. Further at number 6 is Colorado then Minnesota, Wisconsin and California. Finally, Connecticut as number 10.
Hence, the Least Energy-Efficient States
Next at 39 is Wyoming and then Oklahoma, Kentucky and Texas. Then we have Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee and Alabama. Finally was Louisiana and South Carolina.
In conclusion, please get more energy-efficient. Furthermore, to view the full report and your state’s ranking, please visit:
Finally, here is more from WalletHub.
Greenest States list and a good list at that.